By now, you’ve probably seen or heard about the film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and if you’re a fan of science fiction movies, you’ll probably agree with me.
It’s a fantastic story, but there’s one glaring problem: it doesn’t seem to be the best sci-fi film ever made.
Here’s why: The Hobbit is set in a post-apocalyptic universe, and the main character, Bilbo Baggins, is a young man in his early twenties.
The rest of the film is spent exploring the ruins of a planet with ancient technology, and then, once it’s settled, Bilbos family returns to their own time.
That means that the film, and by extension the trilogy, isn’t about Bilbo or his world.
It just feels like another world to explore.
And it’s not just any other world.
The setting of The Hobbit isn’t Tolkien’s world, but the fantasy world created by a fictional author called J.R.
R Tolkien, whose stories are often cited as the inspiration for The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
The story of The Lord Of The Rings is the same story in all its different versions: the world of Middle-earth, the kingdom of Middle Earth, the Dark Lord of Middle, and so on.
The world of The Fellowship Of The Ring, on the other hand, is one of the most popular Tolkien books in history.
Tolkien himself told the story of Frodo Baggins as the adventures of a young hobbit named Sam.
Tolkien was an avid reader of fantasy novels and stories, and many of his novels are set in the fictional universe created by his characters.
Tolkien’s Lord Of the Rings is a popular book, so much so that it is one the top-selling books of all time, selling more than 12 million copies.
The Hobbit doesn’t feel like a Tolkien book.
It feels like a fantasy novel.
The entire book feels like it has been adapted from a different fictional world.
This makes The Hobbit feel like another universe.
Tolkien doesn’t set out to write a fantasy book.
He set out in an effort to create a world in which all of the world’s inhabitants were different, from the dwarves to the elves, from hobbits to dwarves.
That world is filled with the same characters, the same myths, and there are same locations, the exact same creatures, and it feels like an entirely different world.
A good example of this is in the movie.
In The Hobbit, Bilby Baggins and his friends travel to the world we know as Middle-Earth to investigate the disappearance of the last surviving hobbits.
As they journey, they encounter the remnants of a destroyed civilization called the Silmarils.
They discover that there’s a dark force in Middle-Ether that’s draining the life from the world.
What’s more, the Silurm have begun to mutate into giant, carnivorous creatures that eat all life in Middle Earth.
What we’re left with is the classic fantasy world that Tolkien envisioned.
But it doesn: there are no elves, dwarves, or hobbits, only hobbits and the Siluran civilization that’s slowly dying.
This is a fantasy world.
Tolkien wrote The Hobbit in 1884, a year after he published the first volume of The Silmarillion, which was originally published in 1835.
The Silurmans world was a postapocalyptic world, and Tolkien’s stories are filled with battles and conflicts that take place on an ever-changing landscape.
He wrote about battles, of course, but he also talked about the dangers of war, the dangers that people face, the problems that they face.
There’s a world out there, but it’s never quite clear where it’s located.
The characters are divided into different groups of people, and these groups fight each other, fight for their lives, and fight against the Silury.
Tolkien, like many other authors, took the idea of an ever changing world and made it his own.
He created the world with a fictional world in mind.
This was very much like the world that he was creating for himself, so he took it a step further and created a fictional universe, one that wasn’t really his world, at least not as much as it might seem.
As a result, the books that we see in The Hobbit and The Lord To Come have a different feeling from the books Tolkien wrote in his lifetime.
The books feel like they are telling a story that’s not about Tolkien’s real world, one with different cultures, races, and creatures.
For example, in The Fellowship of the Ring, we meet a group of people who live in a place called the Free Peoples, which is a parallel world.
They’ve created a society that’s quite different from the one Tolkien envisioned in The Siluran Library.
The Free Peoples are a group that is different from us, but still part of the same world. In this